Any questions you have all the areas are going to be covered here. OK. Thank you. There's some forms down there. You may want to do that. Are you registered? OK. That's how you get started. Good evening everybody, I'm glad we have a good turnout today. I wish we were meeting under better circumstances. Today how we're going to do this, is we've got different speakers that are going to come up and talk about their area of profession with FEMA. I'd like you to hold all of your questions until the end. Then after that we're going to have them all come up and sit here and then you can ask whatever questions you need to ask. How do you get started with FEMA? Pretty simple. You're gonna need to call that !-800 number, and an inspector will call you back and will set up at time and a place to meet you. It's important to know that FEMA's programs are really all about getting somebody in what we call safe, sanitary and functional housing. Now the second step of the federal disaster process after you register is the SBA. And SBA determines if you're a home owner or renter. SBA will determine, once again whether or not we can finance your disaster recovery. We can do that through a low interest loan for some for up to 200,000 as a homeowner to repair or replace your disaster damaged property. Up to 40,000 for personal property losses. So that's the contents of your home. Furniture, clothing, a television, and this also can include your primary vehicle. When you pump water from your basement, pump it slowly. The ground is saturated and there's a lot of pressure on those walls of your basements and crawlspaces. So remove it slowly. We recommend 2 to 3 feet a day so that you can help equalize the pressure. Remember, is that FEMA grants are not intended to make you whole. FEMA grants are not life-insurance. FEMA's grants are intended to make those emergency repairs so you have a safe place to live.